Safety Storage Cabinets Minimise Risk in the Event of Fire
Jan 27 2017 Read 474 Times
asecos allows a secure and proper storage of hazardous materials and flammable liquids within process areas, workrooms and laboratories with its Q-CLASSIC safety storage cabinet.
The improper storage of flammable liquids such as paints, solvents or petrol involves a high risk in the event of fire. Therefore, asecos developed a type 90 safety storage cabinet for the storage of flammable liquids. The marking ‘Type 90’ means that the cabinet withstands fire over a time period of up to 90 minutes and the flammable liquids stored inside remain safe and perfectly intact.
Type 90 safety storage cabinets offer maximum protection for staff, property and environment because the 90 minutes fire resistance provides sufficient time for evacuation, potential fire-fighting measures and rescue operations.
The extremely robust safety cabinet series Q-CLASSIC according to European Standard EN 14470-1 is available in widths of 60, 90 and 120 cm. The triple hinged doors with scratch and impact resistant surfaces remain open in any position and are self-closing in the event of fire.
Furthermore, the cabinets are equipped with a secure cylinder lock as well as an advanced ventilation system. An integrated transport base guarantees a high flexibility in cabinet location and allows an easy movement. The wide range of interior equipment options makes it possible to maximise storage space based on the size and volumes of all containers used.
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